I'm trying to install TWRP but it says (boot image with correct signature or disable verified boot)

My device is (Umidigi power)

Or root my device I have try with this:

Magisk Manager
Magisk v20

Can someone help me with this?

Note 24/1-2020 17:31

step 1: adb reboot bootloader
step 2: fastboot flashing unlock
step 3: Volume Up

Follow the guide here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=79819558&postcount=8

SP_Flash_Tool for magisk_patched_boot.img in boot sector in SP_FLash_Tool

Install Magisk Manager V20.3 new version. and here we go. thanks for all imput :)

  • enable oem unlocking in developer options and start with unlocking bootloader from fastboot
    – alecxs
    Jan 24, 2020 at 15:28
  • Thanks i use (fastboot flashing unlock) works for me
    – fredy4
    Jan 24, 2020 at 16:32

2 Answers 2


Follow these steps carefully (It's almost same for every android devices):

  1. Install ADB in your PC. Update the drivers of your device.
  2. Boot your phone into recovery mode. (Make sure you turned on USB Debugging and OEM from developer options).
  3. Open the ADB in your PC and check your phone is connected by USB or not. If it shows your phone in terminal then proceed further.
  4. Reboot into fastboot.
  5. Then unlock the bootloader (fastboot oem unlock).
  6. After unlocking the bootloader flash the TWRP recovery's img file (Be careful becuase TWRP recovery isn't same for every phone. You've to go tho their website and find your phone's. If it's not available in their website then don't worry you'll find it in unofficial websites).
  7. Now boot your phone into recovery mode. This will open TWRP recovery now.
  8. Now you should use ADB sideload method or use your phones internal or external memory to store magisk zip and flash it using TWRP.

You don't need to use KingoRoot to root. Magisk is an amazing tool to root any device.


I know nothing about this device myself but, I have managed to find a thread over on XDA that contains a very beginner oriented guide on how to root the Umidigi power.


This post is actually part of a thread on installing TWRP on the phone, however, after a quick read I couldn't easily see instructions for installing TWRP itself.

  • I know that it is convention to post a detailed guide here, or at least an outline of the guide I have linked to but, this is an extensive walk through of the steps involved and I didn't want to take any credit away from the OP on XDA by passing it off as my own.
    – x1ras
    Jan 24, 2020 at 14:37
  • Giving a brief description of required steps is recommended. If the target post gets deleted or modified, your answer would become useless. Jan 24, 2020 at 14:47

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